International Motocross 1958

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    Full title reads: "Holland. International Motocross".

    St. Anthonis, The Netherlands.

    GV Start of the motocross at St. Anthonis, motorcycle riders going away from the camera practically out of sight. GV Motor cyclists rounding a corner coming towards camera with the Dutchman Clynck in the lead followed closely by other riders, one of whom goes into the banking at the side and his bike falls to the ground causing others who are behind him to stop.

    CU Man in the crowd eating. GV motorbike riders coming to camera and passing it.

    SV Section of the crowd some wearing crash helmets. SV Riders coming round a corner.

    CU Girl in crowd. SV Section of the course, two riders going passed camera up a small banking as they reach the top their bikes leave the ground for a second or two and they ride off down the course.

    SV Section of crowd. LV Riders coming towards the camera, camera pans with them to show that they go into a small dip, as they come out their front wheels leave the ground and they go off down the course.

    CU Section of crowd. GV Riders coming towards camera round the corner with Clynck in the lead followed closely by Nilsson. CU Part of the crowd. SV Clynck coming out of the dip towards the finishing line he goes over followed by Nilsson. SV Section of crowd.

    CU Clynck the winner having laurel placed over his head. CU Man in crowd. CU Dutch rider Clynck drinking from a bottle.
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